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Tyre Mould Sand Blasting Machine

Introducing our Tyre Mould Sand Blasting Machine - the perfect solution for cleaning and preparing tyre moulds for production.

Tyre Mould
Sand Blasting Machine

A tyre mould sand blasting machine is a specialized tool used in the manufacturing process of tires. This machine is designed to remove any residue or imperfections from the surface of tyre moulds using high-pressure sand blasting techniques.


The process involves propelling fine particles of sand at high velocity onto the surface of the mould, effectively eroding away any unwanted material and leaving a clean, smooth finish. By utilizing this machine, manufacturers can ensure that their tyre moulds are free from defects, resulting in higher quality and more uniform tires.


Additionally, sand blasting helps prolong the lifespan of the moulds by removing buildup and preventing corrosion. Overall, the tyre mould sand blasting machine plays a crucial role in maintaining efficiency and precision in tire production processes.




Swing Table

Cabinet Type

The tyre mould sand blasting machine is utilized to prepare tyre moulds for production by removing impurities and creating a smooth surface, ensuring high-quality tire manufacturing.



Customised option is available as per requirement 

4 to 6 weeks


  • Abrasive Blasting Chamber: The machine typically consists of a chamber or enclosure where the sandblasting process takes place. This chamber is usually equipped with protective shields to prevent abrasive material from escaping and to ensure operator safety.

  • Abrasive Material Handling System: There is a system for storing, feeding, and recycling abrasive material (such as sand or grit) used in the blasting process. This system may include a hopper, conveyor belts, and recycling mechanisms to minimize waste and maintain efficiency.

  • Blasting Nozzles: These are the outlets through which the abrasive material is propelled onto the surface of the tyre mould. The machine may have multiple nozzles strategically positioned for uniform coverage and efficient cleaning.

  • Rotating Table: The rotating table is a platform on which the tyre mould is placed during the sandblasting process. It can rotate to ensure even blasting of the entire surface of the mould, which helps in achieving uniform cleaning or preparation.

  • Pressure Control System: A mechanism for controlling the pressure at which the abrasive material is propelled onto the mould surface. This allows operators to adjust the intensity of the blasting process according to the requirements of different mould materials and surface conditions.

  • Dust Collection System: As sandblasting generates a significant amount of dust and debris, a dust collection system is essential to maintain a clean and safe working environment. This system typically includes filters and a suction mechanism to capture and contain airborne particles.

  • Safety Features: Safety features such as emergency stop buttons, protective shields, and interlocks are crucial to ensure operator safety during machine operation.

  • Control Panel: A user-friendly control panel allows operators to adjust various parameters of the sandblasting process, such as pressure, nozzle positioning, and recycling system operation.

  • Robust Construction: The machine is usually constructed with durable materials capable of withstanding the abrasive nature of the blasting process and prolonged use in industrial environments.

  • Efficiency and Productivity Enhancements: Some advanced models may include features aimed at improving efficiency and productivity, such as automated nozzle positioning systems, programmable blasting sequences, and remote monitoring capabilities.

  • Customization Options: Manufacturers may offer customization options to tailor the machine to the specific requirements of different tyre mould sizes, shapes, and materials.

Material Compatibility:

  • Steel: Often used for the main structural components of the machine due to its strength and durability.

  • Rubber or Polyurethane: These materials may be used for liners or coatings in areas where abrasion resistance and impact absorption are necessary to protect delicate components or ensure a smooth operation.

  • Ceramics: Certain components may be made from ceramic materials to provide excellent wear resistance and thermal stability.

  • Plastics: Some non-structural components may be made from high-density plastics for their corrosion resistance and ability to dampen vibrations.

  • Aluminum: Used in some components where lightweight construction is desired, but strength and durability are still required.

  • Stainless Steel: Provides corrosion resistance in areas exposed to moisture or harsh environments.

  • Glass: Used in viewing windows or protective shields for visibility and safety during operation

Compliance &

  • OSHA: Follow Occupational Safety and Health Administration regulations for workplace safety.

  • CE Marking (EU): Comply with European Machinery Directive for CE marking if operating within the EU.

  • ISO Standards: Adhere to ISO 12100 for machinery safety and ISO 8501 for surface cleanliness.

  • National Standards: Follow relevant national regulations for machinery safety.

  • Environmental Regulations: Ensure compliance with air quality and waste disposal regulations.

  • Quality Standards: Consider adherence to ISO 9001 for consistent quality.

  • Industry-Specific Guidelines: Follow specific guidelines relevant to the industry.

  • Electrical Safety: If applicable, adhere to IEC electrical safety standards.

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